The books cited below are pertinent to our discussions and site visits. Used copies of most are available for a pittance through online booksellers such as amazon, AbeBooks, and others. Also, most are available as e-books.
Citizens of London: The Americans Who Stood with Britain in Its Darkest, Finest Hour, by Lynne Olson (Random House, 2010). MUST READ!
National Geographic Traveler London (3rd edition), by Louise Nicholson (National Geographic, 2011, paperback, 272 pages). PROVEN RELIABLE.
Masters of the Air: America's Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany, by Donald L. Miller (Simon & Schuster, 2007). HIGHLY PRAISED
A Wing and a Prayer: The "Bloody 100th" Bomb Group of the U.S. Eighth Air Force in Action over Europe in World War II, by Harry H. Crosby (HarperCollins, 1993). EXCELLENT AND PERTINENT TO ONE OF OUR SITE VISITS.
Churchill: A Life, by Martin Gilbert (Henry Holt, 1991). RELIABLE REFERENCE FOR SELECTIVE READING.
Hidden Places of East Anglia: An informative guide to the more secluded and less well-known places in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire. by Peter Long, 2008. USEFUL BACKGROUND.
For The Curious
Instructions for American Forces in Britain 1942, by the Department of the Navy and the U.S. War Department (re-published in 2012). INTERESTING AND AMUSING.
Churchill: By His Granddaughter, Celia Sandys (London: Imperial War Museum, 2014). ENTICING: CELIA SANDYS WILL BE WITH US WHEN WE VISIT CHURCHILL’S CHARTWELL HOME.
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